Martha Coakley eviscerated by Ann Coulter

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Ann Coulter has written a piece about our own Martha Coakley and how she is too immoral for Ted Kennedy’s seat.  It is a recount of the Amirault “Fells Acres” Day care child abuse case.

Here is how her story finishes:

Martha Coakley allowed her ambition to trump basic human decency as she campaigned to keep a patently innocent man in prison.

Anyone with the smallest sense of justice cannot vote to put this woman in any office. If you absolutely cannot vote for a Republican on Jan. 19, 2010, write in the name “Gerald Amirault.”

A good read.

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  • nomad943

    Coakleys carrer was built on the ashes of the lives of many. May she someday get hers.

  • 1) Does Scott Brown have the money to remind everyone about this?

    2) Will his campaign take the risk of going negative on a woman?


    There are links to come interesting things in the comments.  In addition to Coulter undercutting her own argument with “Coakley wasn’t the prosecutor on the original trial” it goes to show how off Ann is.

    Here’s an excerpt from another shocking contemporary piece:

       In addition to the testimony of the children, prosecutors also pointed to physical evidence of abuse on five of the 10 children, citing vulvitis, vaginitis, a small scar on one girl’s hymen and “well-healed anal fissures” on some children.

    I also find it funny that Ann can claim that the nature of the abuse is too fantastical to be true.  How can anyone believe such a thing after the Church pedophilia scandals?

  • Vote3rdpartynow

    1.) No adult witnesses to any of the alleged crimes even though the school had an open door policy and was constantly visited by laborers and parents.

    2.) No physical evidence.  Certainly children who claim they were sexually molested on the front lawn of the day care center on a daily basis would have been seen by drivers-by on the adjoining highway.  And certainly law enforcement would have come up with the clown outfits, butcher knives and secret rooms the children claim they were molested in.

    3.) The claimants in the case received nearly $20 million as a settlement for their testimony in the case.  Some received monthly payments for life.

    4.) Both Scott Harshbarger and Martha Coakley were intimately involved in the case and have used its history to further their political futures.  They could never let the fact that the determinations were wrong stop their progress.